Metal is a category that includes many diverse materials, both for appearance and quality. The choice of raw material has basic importance to the quality of the final product.
YDF works high-quality materials, always striving to search the most suitable material for the product.
Hereafter some metals we usually treat:


Steel is the name given to an alloy mainly composed by iron and carbon.
The importance of steel is enormous, its uses are countless, same as the varieties it is produced in. Over time steel production techniques refined and diversified, so today there are many types of steels, each related to different design and market requirements.

Stainless steel

Stainless steel is an alloy of steel that results technically and economically valid, due to its high resistance. Durable and reliable, stainless steel requires minimum maintenance and grants good aesthetic aspect.
It is frequently used by virtue of its high resistance to corrosion from atmospheric agents and to its remarkable mechanical features that reduce the thickness required by metals.


Brass is a metal alloy made of copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn), that sometimes is added of other elements such as manganese, iron, aluminum and tin to improve its mechanical properties and weather resistance. It has shiny yellow color; it is ductile, malleable and has good corrosion resistance.


Copper is a red or reddish metal, excellent conductor of heat and electricity. Very resistant to corrosion, it is a ductile and malleable metal, more tenacious than iron. Most probably copper is the metal that mankind has been using for longer time.


Bronze is an alloy made of copper with a metal that can be either aluminum, nickel, beryllium or tin. In common use, the term bronze identifies the alloy between copper and tin, has good mechanical features and good corrosion resistance. These alloys can be plastically worked, laminated, extruded, forged, printed and drawn.
Bronze is used for many applications.


Aluminum is ductile metal in silver color. Thanks to its remarkable lightness, it is extremely versatile and flexible. It’s resistant to oxidation, as it generates a thin layer of oxide that prevents oxygen from corroding the underlying metal. Raw aluminum is processed through various industrial production processes, such as fusion, extrusion, forging or molding.